How should civil society engage with the challenges and opportunities created by Artificial Intelligence (AI)?
WACC Global’s No-Nonsense Guide to Communication Rights, Civil Society and Artificial Intelligence identifies several ways in which citizen groups, NGOs, charities, foundations, media, labour unions and faith-based groups who make up civil society can be involved in “processes that are shaping the development of AI.”By: StaffPosted: January 03, 2020 (0) Comments (0) Like
Journalists who challenge corruption and the abuse of power deserve special government protection, WACC General Secretary Philip Lee said on the occasion of the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, Saturday, November 2.By: StaffPosted: November 01, 2019 (0) Comments (0) Like
A survey conducted by UNESCO has found that 125 of the UN’s 193 member states have enacted right to information laws or similar provisions.By: StaffPosted: July 26, 2019 (0) Comments (0) Like
The growing trend of shrinking civic spaces around the world is likely to end or reverse progress towards reducing inequality, ensuring inclusion, and achieving a sustainable future for all, a research by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) has concluded.By: StaffPosted: July 08, 2019 (0) Comments (0) Like
A Queen's University student with a keen interest in the intersection of development, communications and human rights, said she is wrapping up her internship at WACC with a newfound understanding of communication rights and with improved research and writing skills.By: StaffPosted: June 28, 2019 (0) Comments (0) Like
WACC’s recently elected global President, Embert Charles, has assumed his role at the head of the organization's new Board of Directors. The Board will serve a four-year term 2019-2023.By: StaffPosted: May 21, 2019 (0) Comments (0) Like